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The ghosts of Spring Weekends past

For the first time since Brown’s annual music festival was born in 1950, Brown Concert Agency’s highly anticipated Spring Weekend was canceled completely in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving students wondering what their experience might have been.  This year's Spring Weekend, which was ...


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IFF, CAA to open opportunities to student filmmakers

On March 30, Ivy Film Festival announced its involvement with Creative Artists Agency. By participating in IFF’s festival programming and engaging with student filmmakers, the agency will help advance IFF’s mission of exchanging ideas between industry professionals and student creatives.  A leading ...


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Jonathan Adler ’88 finds success in impracticality

Designer and author Jonathan Adler ’88 — founder of the namesake furniture design company with retail locations worldwide — was once a young, soon-to-be Brown graduate “intimidated by the whole prospect of leaving studentia.”  In an article in The Herald’s 1988 Commencement Magazine titled ...


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Impulse Dance Company captivates audiences

Raucous cheers and applause echoed through Alumnae Hall as Impulse Dance Company’s 17th annual showcase came to a close Sunday night. Presenting the theme of “Reign,” the company performed over 20 dances over the weekend of March 6-8. Dazzling and upbeat, the performance showcased the talent of ...


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Chance Emerson ’23 debuts album, 'The Raspberry Men'

Sporting summery attire despite the unexpected snowfall outside, Chance Emerson ’23 and the Clementines turned Andrews Commons into a makeshift concert hall on the night of March 6. The band enlivened the large crowd that turned up with songs from Emerson’s new album, “The Raspberry Men.” Emerson ...


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‘A Quiet Place Part II’ almost did not exist

Actor and director John Krasinski ’01 originally declined the studio’s request for a sequel to “A Quiet Place,” his mainstream directorial debut. “I never thought that I could match the experience that I had on the first one, or articulate any sort of organic storytelling like I did on the ...



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